For those interested, a complete list of Proctor and Gamble brands can be found here.
I made a list of products we do or have used, and was surprised at the extent of it.
Head and Shoulders
There are many, many more. And many, many alternatives.
For me the toughest ones to give up are Tide (I do the laundry, and Tide is superior) and Old Spice (used it for over 5o years, though it’s not what it used to be).
Ah well, it’s a PITA, but Persil works as well as Tide, and I can always find some Bay Rum somewhere.
5 thoughts on “Brands to consider”
Thank you. Dawn is toughest for me. It’s good for cleaning gas and oil stains. Gillete is easiest; that company (now brand) is the poster boy for what is wrong with corporatism. Plus Buffett owned it.
I agree Dawn is a great grease cutter. It was our exclusive dish soap.
I’ve found the Kirkland dish liquid a less expensive and equally competent substitute for grease and oil duties. You could also check out Pine-Sol.
I find Shout, liberally applied and left to soak for 10 minutes best for washing machine duties.
Good tips. Does Kirkland disclose who does their manufacturing?
Good question. I don’t know, but it will worth a little searching.
In a short search I found nothing comprehensive on Kirkland manufacturing, but here’s one site’s opinions: